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Depression Journal Prompt

If you want to try journaling for depression but you don’t have any ideas for where to start, try using journaling prompts as a jumping-off point. From there, it’s up to you whether you want to continue using prompts or try some free-writing. Remember, there’s no wrong way to journal.

What specific emotions do I feel today, underneath the darkness of the depression clouds?

Why is it important for me to be aware of these emotions?

Where do I feel most depressed in my body? Why is it important for me to know where it is?

Three times I have been happy in the past

Think of a moment when you felt deeply at peace. Write every detail you can think of. what do you smell, hear, see, taste, feel on your skin when you think of this moment?

What steps can I take to ease my depression? What’s worked in the past?

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